Adult & Returning Student Admission

Application Deadlines and Requirements

PROGRAM

REQUIREMENTS FOR
ADMISSION

DEADLINE
*applications are reviewed on a rolling basis

TUITION

All Majors in:
School of Communication,
School of Management,
School of Science,
School of Computer Science & Math,
School of Liberal Arts, School of Social & Behavioral Sciences

 

Application
Official College Transcripts
Official High School Transcripts
Personal Essay* (indicate full name on each page)
Preferred Application Deadline*: 
Fall: Aug. 1
Spring/January: Nov. 1

Call 845.575.3226 to speak
with an admission counselor.
Full-time:
$41,800 annually
plus fees

Part-time:
$730/credit
School of Professional Programs

BA/BS in Professional Studies
Online and on-ground on Poughkeepsie campus
Application
Official College Transcripts
Official High School Transcripts
Resume
Personal Essay* (indicate full name on each page)
 
Preferred Application Deadline*: 

Fall One:  August 1
Fall Two:  October 1
Spring One:  January 1
Spring Two: March 1
Summer: May 15


Call 845.575.3226 to speak
with an admission counselor.
$730/credit
School of Professional Programs

BS in Management Studies Online or on-ground on Poughkeepsie campus
Application
Official College Transcripts
Official High School Transcripts
Resume
Personal Essay* (indicate full name on each page)
Preferred Application Deadline*: 
Fall One:  August 1
Fall Two:  October 1
Spring One:  January 1
Spring Two: March 1
Summer: May 15

Call 845.575.3226 to speak
with an admission counselor.
$730/credit
School of Professional Programs

Paralegal Certificate
Application 
Official College Transcripts 
Official High School Transcripts
Preferred Application Deadline*: 
Fall: Aug. 1 
Spring/March: Feb. 1 

Call 845.575.3226 to speak with an admission counselor.

$730/credit (Poughkeepsie)

$495/credit (Weekend Program) 

 

* Personal Essay Requirement
To help organize your essay consider the following questions:

  1. Why are you interested in pursuing a degree at Marist College?
  2. What are your academic/professional goals and how do you believe Marist can assist in achieving those goals?
  3. Provide some personal history/any additional information about you that will help the Admission Committee better make an informed admission decision.

 

Students can use our online course equivalency database to check course-to-course equivalencies as determined by Marist College. This database is for informational purposes only. Please note this is an unofficial resource and we encourage you to reach out to our office at adulted@marist.edu should you have further questions or concerns.